|Home Movie: 11000: New York City Trip|
Keywords: home movies; prelinger; New York City
|Kelly Scrap Book - Wallace Kelly|
A reel of "odds and ends" from Wallace Kelly's film collection from the 1930s. The film consists primarily of family home movies, but also includes outtakes from "Our Day," scenes of the film "The Story of Astoria," shots of a marquee of the Marx Brothers in "Monkey Business" (1931) and clips of Kodacolor lenticular film (transferred as black & white). Kelly, a newspaperman from Lebanon, Kentucky, was also an accomplished photographer, painter, and writer...
Keywords: Wallace Kelly; home movies; amateur film; Kentucky; New York City
|[Amateur film: Chicago World's Fair] - Unknown|
Century of Progress exhibition; New York City scenes.
Keywords: World's Fairs: Chicago, 1933-34; New York City
Downloads: 15,914 (5 reviews)
|Home Movie: 97327: Freedomland, Bronx, N.Y.|
Keywords: home movies; prelinger; Freedomland; amusement parks; Bronx; New York City
|[Amateur film: Wathen collection: Greenwich Village, New York Snowstorm, and Coney Island] - Wathen (R.W.)|
Amateur film made in Manhattan, New York City during World War II, showing a Greenwich Village street art exhibition, springtime at Coney Island, and Greenwich Village stilled by a snowstorm.
Keywords: Amateur films; New York City: History; Weather: Blizzards
Downloads: 21,736 (5 reviews)
|Wallace Kelly Goes to New York - Wallace Kelly|
This reel from 1930 is possibly the first film shot by Wallace Kelly (1910-1988) and documents his train trip from Kentucky to Cincinnati to New York City, with scenes of Times Square at night, the Statute of Liberty, elevated trains and city streets, and a family outing with Percy Johnson, the president of Chemical Bank. Kelly, a newspaperman from Lebanon, Kentucky, was also an accomplished photographer, painter, and writer...
Keywords: Home movies; Amateur films; Kentucky; New York City; Wallace Kelly
Downloads: 4,032 (3 reviews)
|Home Movie: 11773: Washington DC, Mt Vernon and NY City Trip|
Keywords: prelinger; home movies; Washington DC; Mt Vernon; New York City NY